Who would have known Americaâ€™s sweetheart could get so twisted. Mariel Clayton, thatâ€™s who, the brilliantly evil mind behind this Bad Barbie photo series. The inspiration? Simple: â€˜You canâ€™t get to be Barbie without an oceanâ€™s worth of peroxide, 27 plastic surgeries and a complete lack of intelligence, so it irritates me immensely that this is the toy of choice women give to their daughters to emulate. Behind the vacuous perpetual lipsticked-smile lurks the black heart of the true sociopath, just like in real lifeâ€™.
When a school photographer is having a bad day, the last thing he wants to see is a bunch of smiling kids
In the baby photography world, we have gone from babies as trophies to babies as wards of the state; left subject to the elements waiting for YOU to adopt them. The only thing these pictures need to make the theme complete is a Sally Struthers voice over- “For just eight cents a day, you could feed this childâ€¦”. Then you can download your favorite future foster child from the websites of these boring photographers, post it to your fridge and name the kid Pedro. Maybe at Mommy & Me, these pictures would come in handy when housewives want to brag about their fake mail order baby that they adopted from Kosovo or some other third-world country to impress their boring ass domestically vanilla-flavored babied friends.
When Juliana and Ben got engaged they decided to do a nice photo shoot to capture the event. Since Ben didn’t want people to think he had gone soft by doing a standard mushy shoot, he came up with a twist. Their friend and photographer Amanda Rynda helped them pull off what has to be one of the best sets of engagement photos.